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  • Ian Kennedy is best thing to happen to Daniel Hudson

    The Diamondbacks are in first place largely because of the way both Ian Kennedy and Daniel Hudson have pitched this season. Kennedy, of course, leads the NL with 17 wins, while Hudson has picked up 14 victories of his own. Both have been dominant at times, and Arizona Sports 620’s Ron Wolfley feels much of […]
  • ESPN insider picks D-backs to win NL West

    PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks currently have a five game lead in the NL West over the San Francisco Giants. It has led some to believe the division is now Arizona’s to lose over the final month of the season. “I’m not going to say the Giants are done, but I think the D-backs will […]
  • ESPN insider believes Kennedy has chance for Cy Young

    PHOENIX – Arizona Diamondbacks starter Ian Kennedy has had a fantastic season and others are starting to take notice. ESPN insider Tim Kurkjian joined Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo on Tuesday and said Kennedy is in contention for the Cy Young award in the National League. “Ian Kennedy has a chance, but he’s going […]
  • Steeler McFadden is type of corner Cardinals would choose from

    The Cardinals could use help at the cornerback position, and they may find it in a familiar face. Bryant McFadden, who played for Arizona in 2009, may be on his way out of Pittsburgh. Arizona Sports 620’s Dave Burns thinks he could wind up back in the Valley. Or, if not McFadden, someone of a […]
  • Sun Devils hope to have learned from close losses

    The Arizona State Sun Devils had their fair share of close losses last season, being on the short end of four games by a combined nine points. If the Devils are to make good on their dreams of a Pac-12 championship, something is going to have to change. ASU Head Coach Dennis Erickson, on Arizona […]
  • Is Arizona’s Nick Foles the most underrated player in college football?

    Arizona Wildcat fans know how good Nick Foles is. Two seasons in Tucson have produced 5,677 yards, 39 touchdowns and appearances in the Holiday and Alamo Bowls, and the senior-to-be is poised to finish his career as one of the best quarterbacks in the school’s history. However, Foles isn’t exactly a known commodity outside of […]
  • Trevor Bauer won’t be eligible for playoffs if Diamondbacks make it

    When the Arizona Diamondbacks selected Trevor Bauer there was a thought that the UCLA star could pitch for the big league club this season. That may still be the case, but you won’t see the right-hander in a D-backs uniform should the team reach the postseason. The Arizona Diamondbacks will NOT call up 3rd overall […]
  • ASU Sun Devils lose another cornerback

    The hits just keep on coming for the Arizona State Sun Devils, and not in a good way. Already having lost star Omar Bolden to a torn ACL, head coach Dennis Erickson announced that defensive back Devan Spann is probably out for the year too. ASU coach Dennis Erickson says on Pac12 teleconference that reserve […]
  • DDB: Doan Thrilled to be Reunited with Langkow

    GLENDALE – Coyotes captain Shane Doan is thrilled to be reunited with center Daymond Langkow, whom Phoenix re-acquired Monday in a trade with the Calgary Flames. Doan and Langkow were roommates on road trips during Langkow’s first stint with the Coyotes from 2001-04. They formed a bond that has stood the test of time and […]
  • Inside the Box: Bullpen almost blows D-backs win

    After every Arizona Diamondbacks game we’ll examine the box score and provide you with instant analysis. So it’s time to go Inside the Box for August 29, 2011: Diamondbacks 5, Rockies 1 The Good: Daniel Hudson threw a shutout as he went on to win his 14th game of the season. In his seven innings, […]
  • Langkow trade good for Doan, bad for Coyotes

    When the Phoenix Coyotes swapped forward Lee Stempniak for center Daymond Langkow, captain Shane Doan had a big smile on his face. I’m not smiling. Now, I’m a confessed Doan fan – his sweater is hanging in my closet – but I think this trade puts the Coyotes attack at risk. Stempniak was a good […]
  • Cardinals add cornerback Fred Bennett

    The Cardinals didn’t need much time to find a replacement for Greg Toler, signing veteran Fred Bennett late Monday. Bennett, 27, has played in Houston, San Diego and, most recently, Cincinnati during his four NFL seasons. He’s recorded 106 tackles and five interceptions. Bennett was originally drafted in the fourth round of the 2007 draft […]
  • Bears RB Taylor would look good in Cardinals uniform

    A report from the Chicago Sun-Times stated that the Bears are close to releasing running back Chester Taylor. Ron Wolfey from Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf show thinks the Arizona Cardinals would be wise to check out the veteran back. “I would love to see the Arizona Cardinals sniff around Chester Taylor, I really […]
  • Diamondbacks focused on the task at hand not the San Fransisco Giants

    The Arizona Diamondbacks may have only finished 4-6 on their recent road trip, but their closer J.J. Putz took a pretty positive message from their time away from Chase Field. “I think we learned that we can play with anybody,” Putz told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo Monday. “Philly along with Milwaukee are considered […]
  • Injuries could force young corners into action for the Cardinals

    Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt is not going to let the recent rash of injuries distract the team from focusing on the ultimate goal: Super Bowl. “It’s part of the game,” Whisenhunt said of injuries. “It happens all over the league.” After news broke that CB Greg Toler will be out for the season, […]
  • Daryl Johnston on Kolb and NFC West champs

    Former Dallas Cowboy great and current Fox NFL analyst Daryl Johnston likes the Arizona Cardinals’ pick up of Kevin Kolb, but isn’t convinced that the team will run away with NFC West crown. “I’m a Kevin Kolb fan,” Johnston said to Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf on Monday. “I just like him, he’s mentally […]
  • Cardinals’ trades come back to haunt team

    The Arizona Cardinals made a couple of trades during the offseason, sending Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Tim Hightower to Philadelphia and Washington, respectively. The moves made sense, as the team had depth the cornerback and running back positions, and the trades were used to help fill holes the team had. Oops. “They traded a corner and […]
  • Arizona State’s Brock Osweiler worked hard, ready to pursue goals

    For Brock Osweiler, the “long journey” is nearly over. “I’ll never forget my first day of spring practice here in ’09. I go in the [quarterback] room where we have the depth chart and I was number 7,” a reflective Osweiler said Monday, three days before he leads Arizona State against UC Davis in the […]
  • Coyotes trade for Daymond Langkow, part with Lee Stempniak

    The Phoenix Coyotes announced Monday they completed a trade with the Calgarly Flames, acquiring center Daymond Langkow in exchange for right wing Lee Stempniak. Lankgkow, 34, was with the Coyotes from 2001-03, but has spent the last six seasons with the Flames. He missed most of last season with an upper body injury. “We are […]
  • Arizona Wildcats nab Brandon Ashley, another top recruit

    The rich keep getting richer? Sean Miller and the Arizona Wildcats, already having landed one of 2012’s best recruiting classes, added another verbal commitment Monday, this time from a five-star recruit. According to the Arizona Daily Star, the Findlay product chose Arizona for a variety of reasons. “I just think he had a familiarity and […]